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LSU sophomore running back Derrius Guice and senior center Ethan Pocic were named SEC’s Offensive Player and Offensive Lineman of the Week by the conference on Monday. Per LSUSports.net
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Guice earned weekly honors by earning his second career start in the contest and carried the ball 17 times to the tune of a career-high 163 yards and three touchdowns against Missouri. He accounted for each of LSU’s first three touchdowns of the game, earning touchdown runs of 42 and 37 yards in the contest.

Pocic led the heart of the offensive line that helped the Tigers eat up chunks of yards, as along with Guice helped Darrel Williams also earn a career-high in yards with 131 on 21 carries and three touchdowns. It’s the first time in the modern era that LSU had two running backs earn three touchdowns in the same game as the team rushed for 418 yards, while quarterback Danny Etling passed for 216 yards and hit nine total receivers over the course of the game.
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After getting repeatedly "blown" up in the auburn game he better have shoen up!
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WHERE THE POCIC HATERZ AT??? ...crickets...
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I've never seen any Pocic haters on here. I've always felt he was arguably or best lineman and is easily one of the top lineman in the next NFL draft.
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Well deserved, fellas. On to the next one!
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